Northeast Corner of Yosemite Street and Caley Avenue
The Huntington-Caley Open Space Corridor is located at the northeast corner of Yosemite Street and Caley Avenue. This property is a wetland and open space area. Goldsmith Gulch flows through the property.
The Huntington-Caley Open Space Corridor includes the site of the former
Oneslager and Metro Church of God properties purchased by the Village
in 1998 and 1999. The parcels were rezoned to open space by the City
Council in 2001. The study area also consists of Huntington Park and the
Caley Pond Open Space. The general location of the parcels are east of
South Yosemite Street at Caley Avenue. This property currently is a
wetland and open space corridor, with Goldsmith Gulch traversing the
The Village was awarded a Planning Grant from Arapahoe
County Open Spaces in 2012 that will assist in the development of a
Master Plan for the Huntington-Caley Corridor. This open space corridor
consists of 15-acres of open space and vacant land east of Yosemite
Street at Caley Avenue in District 3. The grant was $50,000 and requires
a Village match of $5,000.
The final Master Plan was adopted by City Council on May 5, 2014. Click to view the Final Master Plan.
The first phase implementation of this Master Plan is the regional
trail construction from Fair Avenue to Caley Avenue, an undercrossing at
Caley Avenue, and connecting trails to the Arapahoe County RTD
Lightrail Station and the Village Center. This construction is scheduled
to be complete by the end of November 2016. The second phase
implementation is the restoration of Goldsmith Gulch through the open
space which is currently under design with construction anticipated in
2017. A public information meeting was held on November 3, 2016. Click to view the concepts presented.